1 – Safest place to live
2 – The System of Education is well-established.
3 – The facilities at universities in Dubai are up-to-date.
4 – The cost of tuition and living is lower than in the United Kingdom, the United States, and European countries, among others.
5 – One of the economies that is growing the fastest and has a lot of job possibilities, so students from all over the world can have a good job after they graduate.
6 – Because Dubai is home to more than 200 different nationalities, students have the opportunity to gain valuable experience interacting with people from all over the world.
12 years of schooling with 60% or above.
Al Ghurair University, University of Wollongong in Dubai, and Middlesex University Dubai require 65% from CBSE or ISC students.
English students with over 75% may be exempt from IELTS.
Note: Competitive universities require EmSAT for UG entrance.
Dubai offers international postgraduate programmes.
Schools abroad that have campuses in Dubai tend to accept only applicants with credentials that are equivalent to those back home. Take Murdoch University, for instance. Graduate degrees in Dubai are expected to be on par with the Australian bachelor’s degree, which takes three years to complete. However, this does not necessitate that the degree be earned in Australia.
An Undergraduate degree with 60% or above is required.
A bachelor’s degree and either the TOEFL or IELTS are required for entry.
Students applying to MBA programmes in Dubai are expected to have between two and four years of professional experience in a relevant field.
Undergrad intakes: April/May; July/August; December/January.
Post-graduation intakes: July/August; December/January.
Some universities accept students year-round. International admissions peak in autumn.
NOTE : Students should apply three to four months before the admission start date.
International students in the United Arab Emirate can get off-campus part-time jobs ONLY with PERMISSION from the department of Labour and with the approval of their school. Students under the age of 18 are not permitted to work.
– Students can work 15 hours per week or 60 per month during sessions.
– Students can work 40 or 160 hours per month during summer breaks.
1 – Valid passport and photos.
2 – Undergraduate degree certificates and postgraduate mark sheets.
3 – Dubai University/Institute admission letter & English test results.
4 – Sponsor for visa, either Institute/Parent or relative, permitting visa filing solely through them.
5 – Money and proof
6 – Arranged lodging proof
7 – Funds to transfer the first-year tuition cost required for enrollment.
8 – Visa receipt & Travel/medical insurance
9 – University requirements may demand a statement of intent and recommendation letters.
10 – Teste results for HIV, Hepatitis C, B, Leprosy, Syphilis, and Tuberculosis after arrival.
For general living costs, you should usually have an extra 1,200 AED (330 USD) per month (AED15,000 per year). Students should have enough money for one year’s worth of education and living expenses, as well as proof that they have enough money to pay for the whole course.
Dubai student visa holders cannot work. After graduation, Dubai offers internships and Internships rarely pay.
1 – Post-graduation internships in Dubai encourage overseas students. University/Institute permission and recommendations allow recent graduates to enter a great internship program.
2 – University graduates with a 3.75 GPA will receive a 5-year renewable visa for permanent residency.
3 – You can find work and make the country your home. Families of the top students will also be able to get visa benefits.
4 – Graduates can search for jobs in Dubai and apply for a work permit through their company, which is required to work.
5 – Residence permit for employment issued for an employee is the main Dubai work visa.
6 – Employees who want to work in Dubai’s private sector can stay for up to three years with a Dubai residence permit for employment.
7 – International students must sustain themselves after graduation to have time to hunt for jobs in Dubai.
8 – Without a Dubai work permit, a fresh graduate cannot work full-time in Dubai.